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Public tervica announcements must be turned in at the box outside the DTH offices in the Carolina Union
by 1 p.m. if thay re to run the next day. Each item will be run at least twice.
TU OuiiSrt IjsJ Society meet today at 12:00 in the
Hayood room at the Law School.
AFO Cock OO? C Vr.k ityt: today and Tuesday
Wedaedy 9:30 a.m.-4.C0 p.m. in 202-204 Union. Bring
blue s''i to claim money or books.
Ct"";CLrL "si Fi-ows!.'z will have a prayer breakfast
this Diorr g at 7 a.m. at the Campus House. We will be
Rniihed in ximt for stodentt to make it to their 8:00 classes.
Everyone U welcome.
V. il's Friday evening services begin tonight at 7:30. The
service wili be followed by a special Oneg with refreshments.
Services teSte i'u at the Hilei House, 210 W. Cameron
Ave., down the block and across the street from the Carolina
lan. For more mformation call 942-4057.
2utt&aS BMSr.i.' services on Aug. 30 at HiUel will begin at
10 wila Schacharit services. Schacharit services will be
foCowed by a d scussion of the portion of the week. Musaf
servkes and" lUJLh 3 fuTT3w. For more information call
the nil' .! ofr.ee 942-CJ7.
Tit I ;--Usf Etaiest L'Rioa will go on a rejxtat Avs, 29-31.
Thj wiil N hcii at Camp Caraway and the theme is
"Maktef Jesus Lord of My Life."
Tfet VtlC Crew Cai wfil hoM a general meeting on Sept. 2
at 7-w p.m. la 2C7 Union. Anyone interested sHouId attend".
The Graduate Student Fellowship of Use Baptist Campus
MiaSstry will have a meal and short program on Tuesday,
Sqrt. 2 at 6:00 p.m. at the Battle House.
The UNC Outing Club will have its first meeting of the
semester on Sept. 2 at 7:00 in the Union. All are welcome.
Organizational meeting for people interested in
volunteering for the Murdoch Ceeter for the mentally
retarded wiil be on Sept. 2 at 6:30 p.m. in 301 Greenlaw.
The INC Scuba CI sib will hold a meeting Sept. 2 at 7:00
p.m. in 304 Woollen Gym. "Beneath the Killing Sea" film
presentation will be given. All are welcome.
TV Baptist Student Ualoa will sponsor the second in a
series of Bible studies on Monday, Sept. 2 at 6:30 at the
Battle House. The study is led by David Fouche, intern at the
. BSU and the topic is the Gospel of Luke.
ITEMS OF INTEREST
Cellar Door needs business manager ASAP. Also, staff
applications for the reading boards will be available
Tuesday. Call editor David Synder at 933-8842 or 933-0373 if
you love to fight CGC over budget decisions, squabble with
Bull's Head about their advertising fund and manipulate
local printing firms.
Cornerstone Frisoa MSoistry regular montly visits to the
Orange County Correctional 'Center, Hillsborough, N.C.
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throtif h muiic and fc'Jowship. For more information call
M:ke at 929-3912.
The Sixsitai Legssl &en-ice Eoart .is seeking applications
for a graduate professional member. The term of
appointment is two years. The Student Legal Services Board
oversees the operation and policy of UNC's Student Legal
Services office. Any interested graduate or professional
school student should contact the SLS office at 933-1303
weekdays between 9 a.m. and 5 p.m.
Voter Re5sitis: Chapel Kill Municipal Building, 306
Columbia St. and Carrboro Town Hall, West Main Street is
Monday through Friday, 8:30 a.m.-5 p.m.; Chapel Kill
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The E'ack Sisident Moveraeet needs two new James
representatives to serve on the Central Committee and lead
the James Action Committee. If interested see Mark Canady
in Suite B of the Union between 3-4 p.m.
Student Government applieattoas for student body
treasurer and elections chairman are now available in Suite C
of the Union. The deadline for applications is Sept. 2 All
interested students are encouraged to apply.
Interested in the Southern Fart of Eesvea? (a housing
guide to Chapel Hill). Want to gain experience with
computers, layout, printing and publishing? Come by the
SCAU, Suite B in the Union and leave your name, address
and phone number.
The Campta Y CommBnity to serve the elderly citizens of
Chapel Hill is now accepting applications for this year. Old
members please check at the office as well.
UNC Oab Football team practice began Monday. AH
interested persons please come out. Full pads will be
Freshmen who paid for a Freshmen Register but have not
picked them up may do so at the Alumni House anytime
Monday-Friday, 8:00 a.m. -5:00 p.m.
Part-time students who want to drop a course must do so
by Sept. 8 in order to receive a refund credited to their
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With a renovated house and new enthusiasm, UNC's Kappa
Sigma fraternity is attempting to rebuild its reputation on
"In the last few years, we've had some problems," Kappa
Sig President Dann Baker said Saturday. "We've had
financial problems, some morale problems and problems with
just numbers of people."
The fraternity's membership level has fluctuated in the last
several years, making planning difficult, Baker said.
Consequently, enthusiasm sagged.
"We had inadequate support from our alumni and the
national fraternity," Baker said. "We were down on ourselves.
"We had our problems and everybody thought we were
going to close down. But our national (headquarters) decided
there was no way they were going to let the house in Chapel
Hill close down."
With the help of alumni and the national fraternity
organization, the chapter raised enough money for a new roof
at the Kappa Sigma house en West Cameron Avenue, as well
as new wiring, plumbing, carpet and room improvements.
"This summer when we thought we were just about gone,
they came through," Baker said.
Alumni are helping the chapter correct its problems, Baker
said. "They've been spending time, a whole lot of time, on it
and obviously the money.
"They've been here a lot, too," he added. "It used to be
that the only time we saw alumni was for football games."
With guidance from alumni, the brothers have dene more
than plan improvements for their house, Baker said. And they
hope to carry the enthusiasm into this fall's rush. "That's the
most crucial thing to do," Baker said.
"We now have the confidence to sell ourselves, which any
fraternity has to do."
Baker said Kappa Sigma hopes to pledge a strong pledge
class, emphasizing that the fraternity wants to build further
from a stable membership and financial base. "We want to
work now we have the incentive to work."
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